Hello! Yes, it’s moi, returned from the wilderness of cyberpurgatory. Perhaps it would be more accurate to say “boneyard” since great swathes of my toy’s hard drive were cluttered up with useless, dead or not -activated programmes. All swept clean now.And if it knows what’s good for it it will not get in a mess again.
So, once back in harness (keep that word in mind) I had some messages in a queue… among them was this https://www.facebook.com/Extreme/videos/1014215408635670/
Of course the wonderful Mr Hoffnung sprang to mind.And if I don’t keep a tight rein I’ll be wandering down that lane all day.
There was/is a lovely art exhibition touring and I was pleased to see it.Twice! Various artists have produced works influenced by past and proposed coal mines in a particular area of Queensland. Here is a link to Bimblebox, a nature reserve that is under dire threat by proposed mining leases.http://bimblebox.org/ and a map, just in case your geography is sketchy!
My last post (No, Muriel, you needn’t blow the bugle.Different sort of pos-put that bugle away! NURSE!) …my previous post slid in under your radar, didn’t it? I thought someone might pick up on the oblique reference.Maybe my readers are not Psalm readers?
Dashing away again, I’m afraid. But I’ll leave you with another Hoffnung classic.You’re welcome.